I’m starting to think that title is a little severe. But until I come up with something else, I’m rolling with it.
^ LOL. To clarify, I never pretended to be a relationship expert. Ever. All I offer you is an unbiased third party opinion, and then those of an active listening audience because sometimes, we want to pretend our mothers don’t always know best.
Since this deal has started, the majority of my emails have been from women plagued by every relationship problem known to female kind. And yet, today, when I happened to open my email, I had one from a guy named “Mark.”
I’m dating a really great woman named “Anne.” The only problem is she dated a super a$$hole before me who cheated on her multiple times, and she’s now programmed to think I eye every female in view. Sure, I occasionally look at other women, but it’s only casually and briefly. I would never, ever actually want to pursue them. I’m really happy with what we have, minus her insecurity.
It’s like she doesn’t trust me at all anymore, and her paranoia is really starting to aggrevate me. I’m not that guy! If she can’t understand that I am dating her, and ONLY her, it’s pointless right?
What else can I do to prove this? When the trust is gone, I say the relationship is over..
What do you think?
Should I dump her or is this something we can resolve?
Okay, this sounds familiar. Every girl has caught her guy looking at least once. And as much as I hate to say it, to me scoping out women seems hardwired into a male’s brain. While yes, that in itself can BECOME a problem, it’s a BIGGER one to EXPECT it to, thus assuming the worst in your partner.
I don’t think this is a dealbreaker, but you have to somehow find a way to make her feel more secure.
Try and show her she’s overreacting. Let’s be real, I’m sure she scopes out guys too. Ask her if she thinks a guy is cute. It’s natural to notice attractive people and by making it an innocent little game, maybe she’ll realize this basic human instinct isn’t a direct threat to her happiness.
I say no, but what do you think? Should he dump this a$$hole?
Seriously, I had never seen or heard of Tay Zonday before yesterday.
Now that I’m all caught up with old youtube sensations, here’s him covering Carly Rae Jepsen.
I know you’re all sick of the covers for it, but IT’S THE CHOCOLATE RAIN GUY. ( And apparently that has some weight. haha)
And here’s that glorious original song that started it all.
Father’s Day is this Sunday.. and in honor of Papa Dempsey, here’s this week’s would you rather.
There’s no escaping questionable sites or pop ups on the internet! I would definitely go with text messages, but what about you?
Which would YOU rather?
Today’s should I dump this a$$hole email, seems very relatable for this town.
That sounded bad. Not that our town has a bunch of drunkards, but more like the bcs has northgate, which transforms guys into these seemingly great catches, when the sober reality of it is.. they are just a bunch of a$$holes.
So, this one comes from Sara..
My boyfriend likes to party – hard. Don’t get me wrong, he has a great job. He just likes to unwind after work. And honestly, it doesn’t bother me because he’s really affectionate and tells me such great and nice things that I don’t know if he would share otherwise. Is this really a problem?
Some people need alcohol to get up the courage to talk or share their feelings. I don’t see anything wrong with that. If he wants to drink a lot after work, I’m okay with that so long as he leaves the bar with me.
He’s so much fun to be around, and he has his @*#$ together. He doesn’t miss work… he’s just exciting.
My friends though think this is bad, so what do you think?
Should I dump this a$$hole?
Hmmmmm.. my initial thoughts here? If he really, really likes you and enjoys spending time with you, he’ll want to see you when his judgement isn’t cloudy or ortherwise impaired.
That goes for anything.. drinking, drugs.. after a certain age, yeah it’s totally cool to go out a few nights a week and regret having to wake up for work in the morning, but let’s be honest. How are his inebriated and probably sweaty proclamations of love making you feel all warm inside?
I don’t believe anything a guy tells me when he’s drunk. Don’t let desire for affection mar your judgement.
While it’s great your boyfriend is attentive and affectionate, know you deserve the same kind of guy.. only with a lower blood alcohol level.
I forsee people disagreeing with me on this one, but what do you think?
Should she dump this a$$hole?
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I have to say that the person dating this guy should be cautious. While her boyfriend’s use of alcohol isn’t a problem right now, over the course of time it will become a problem. I’ve seen it multiple times before although he may prove to be the one exception.
If he continues this lifestyle, it’ll lead to problems. DUMP HIM.
Yes she needs to if he needs to drink to say he loves her it is not true love
It’s a tough one but honestly that could lead to an alcoholic problem down the road. Maybe she should talk to him. If not dump him.
Dump him…he’s affectionate now while wasted..what about years from now how will he react after a few years of heavy drinking..domestic violence will somehow find a way into the relationship…advice get out while u can…
He has a real job? It’s not cute anymore. Dump that a-hole.
What’s wrong with a party? Sounds like she should lighten up.
My ex was like this.. we broke up because he thought I was boring.. when I really just couldn’t afford his drinking problem.
Any woman who enjoys dating a man who gets drunk daily because he calls her beautiful is obviously not mature enough to handle a real relationship. Kids these days..
Sounds like an alchy. Get out!
Verdict? DUMP HIM.